hardened steel


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hardened steel

[′härd·ənd ¦stēl]
(metallurgy)
Steel hardened by quenching from high temperatures.
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Made of 1/8-inch hardened steel, this lightweight, durable product can be lowered from your platform to retrieve your items for you.
Several components of the vehicle were manufactured with a more extensive use of hot stamped press hardened steel grades, such as Usibor-AS, which is the strongest type of steel presently used in the industry.
The hardened steel carbide cutter teeth on the front of the bit are designed to cut through the hardest soils and interchangeable cutter teeth accommodate a wide variety of job conditions.
The bearing rails are hardened steel with a Nitride-Plus coating for extended life and corrosion protection.
Available in pneumatic or electric configurations, the punch units use hardened steel tooling that is said to be clean cutting and fast acting.
The new design has moved away from the use of internal 'combs,'--the accepted low cost industry standard--in favour of a combination of steel 'teeth' and hardened steel cutting wheels that are exceptionally more reliable and hard wearing.
The gate utilizes easily accessible, hardened steel cam-adjustable rollers and polymer blade guides--a feature that is critical to maintaining a positive seal.
The MILLLHOG[R] Dictator ID Clamping Welding End Prep Tool features extra wide clamps for rigidly mounting inside the pipe and incorporates hardened steel contact points for added durability.
Adjustable rotor tips are available in EDPM, hardened steel, stainless steel, bronze or polyurethane.
The new fencing is made of hardened steel which vandals should not be able to cut through and it hoped that cattle will soon be able to return to the beauty spot.
The V Block Jaw Plate is Rockwell 56C hardened steel with ground precision surfaces.
To create the tools, the Company uses pre-hardened aluminum as well as hardened steel.